Fly Like Paper, Soar Like Paper Decorations

Paper originated in China's Han Dynasty and has been used for centuries. While a paperless environment may increase sustainability, paper remains essential for everyday life. Recycling paper by creating paper decoration crafts can help preserve its existence.

Hosting family and creating a cosy environment during the holidays can be challenging. Instead of purchasing expensive paper decorations, consider making DIY paper Christmas ornaments to breathe new life into your trees and make your holiday more enjoyable.

Diwali is a festival of lights that celebrates good over evil and invites Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth. DIY wall decoration ideas, like star and fireworks shapes, can be made with twine and paper.

Birthday planning can be challenging, involving baking or ordering a cake, curating a guest list, getting a gift, and decorating the house. For restaurant or lounge celebrations, expect heavy decoration fees. Paper decoration ideas like floral centrepieces can alleviate this burden.